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OLD - ESTABLISHED UNIVERSAL REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS, 9, PALMER-STREET, FROME. MRS. HISKETT is In Immediate WANT of GOOD COOKS

OLD - ESTABLISHED UNIVERSAL REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS, 9, PALMER-STREET, FROME. MRS. HISKETT is In Immediate WANT of GOOD COOKS

(Wages , from £ l6 to% PARLOUR-MAIDS to e 22). HOUSE PAIL- LOUR-MAIDS, MOTHERS' HELPS, NURSES, DAIRY-MAIDS, GENERAL and FARMHOUSE SERVANTS also, Young GIRLS. GROOM and GARDENER WANTING SITUATION. _ _ .
27 June 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CUTS IN SHILLRING. CORNER'S PINE'S DEVONSHIRE OILS, For Sheep, Horses, and Cattle, the quickest healing properties for kinds of CUTS,

CUTS IN SHILLRING. CORNER'S PINE'S DEVONSHIRE OILS, For Sheep, Horses, and Cattle, the quickest healing properties for kinds of CUTS,

GREEN WOUNDS, SORES, caused by the FLY or MAGGOT. Fine remedy for the Scour. Established Sixty years.—Prompil used are unequalled for external or internal ailments. A fine EMBROCATION for Broken Knees, Bruises, Swellings, Inflammations, Sprains, Lameness, Sprung Tendons, &c. Sol
27 June 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
ROGERS' Ales and Porters, In 4 Gallon Casio; and Upwardg. PALE & MIILD ALES, from 10d. per Gallon. PORTERS &

ROGERS' Ales and Porters, In 4 Gallon Casio; and Upwardg. PALE & MIILD ALES, from 10d. per Gallon. PORTERS &

STOUTS, from 1/. per Gallon. BREWERY, BRISTOL. Local Agents:— General Supply Stores Company, T. LIPPIATT, Manager, 17, STONY-STREET, FROME. 1
27 June 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE GM TO THE LANDLORD.

THE GM TO THE LANDLORD.

Now let us see what the landlord will gain by this arrangement. No doubt his income may be less, but it will be an Income derived from a much more solid security. There Is nothing in the bill requiring him to sell his land, nor is there anything in the bill requiring him permane
27 June 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
WA.= A. aim IRIS MI LIN E HIM et MOM AIWA. r PRIOR

WA.= A. aim IRIS MI LIN E HIM et MOM AIWA. r PRIOR

27 June 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
rBLOOD MIXTURE

rBLOOD MIXTURE

r BLOOD MIXTURE THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER. the blood trail Omni art Ai (Ma give it trial to vase. THOUSAND. OP Said times the pen in the ALL 4 or stamps by Duos Lineoin. an& Waggon by e= tag Edda moo ad goosing. GREATEST wavered by the mighty Indian C and medlef.ensia
27 September 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME PETTY SESSIONS.

FROME PETTY SESSIONS.

THURSDAY.—Before J. B. HOLE, Esq. SCHOOL CASES. Fourteen cases of neglect of proper attendance at school were adjudicated. DRUNK AND DISORDERLIE.S. Albert Willis, Laverton, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly on Sunday, 10th inst., at Road.—P.C. Cross said he saw defenda
27 September 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
INGENIOUS TELEGRAPHIC FRAUDS.

INGENIOUS TELEGRAPHIC FRAUDS.

On Monday, at Horsham, a very ingenious fraud upon railway officials was brought to light on the hearing of a charge against a young fellow of abut 24, who, • gave the name of Alfred Edward Sparrow, of forging and uttering a telegram. The accused is said to have been a ticket co
11 October 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
EDWARD COCKEY & SONS, Limited, THE IRON WORKS, FROME, ENGINEERS, IRON & BRASS FOUNDERS. BOILERS & STEAM ENGINES. CASTINGS OF

EDWARD COCKEY & SONS, Limited, THE IRON WORKS, FROME, ENGINEERS, IRON & BRASS FOUNDERS. BOILERS & STEAM ENGINES. CASTINGS OF

EVERY DESCRIPTION. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINU6. Gardners' Turnip Cutters, Nicholson'e Pulpors, Chain Harrows, Field and Garden Rollers, Cheese Presses, Ploughs and Chaff Cutters. PIG TROUGHS AND IMPROVED PIG SHOOTS, BUTTER CHURNS. LAWN MOWERS. OAT AND BEAN MILLS. f 4009
26 September 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BATH & WELLS DIOCESAN CONFERENCE.

BATH & WELLS DIOCESAN CONFERENCE.

At the opening of the tripartite Conference at Wells, on Tuesday, the Bisuoc referred to the loss the Church had suffered by the death of Canon Liddon. Another loss which lie alluded to was that of their old, dear, and valued friend, Mr. Dickinson. As long as he was able there w
11 October 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England